Preparations for the Inspired Writing Process
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Terry Swejkoski

Step 2 - The Inspired Writing Process


First a quick review:


Step 1 - Become peaceful


Now that you have had some time to actively experience the Step 1 method to become peaceful, at, before putting pen to paper, what have you learned? Ask yourself honesty, do you feel a difference, or not? If your answer is yes, then you are ready for the next step in "The Inspired Writing Process." If your answer is no, then you probably had difficulty sitting still and being peaceful for the entire five minutes. Not to worry, this is totally normal for most people. Some find it difficult, with the constant barrage of thoughts coming to the surface (of which most people have become accustomed) to sit peacefully for five minutes. If this is the case for you, simply sit quiet and peaceful for one minute, then two etc, until you can do so for five minutes.


The five minute music exercise of focusing on peace at was purposely developed as a valuable tool to assist you in clearing your mind. As was mentioned in the last communication, the five minute music selection was developed to gradually bring you into a higher state of energy and awareness.


Remember, you are learning a new process, and in doing so it will take some time to release old habits. This is why it is imperative to practice the five minute peace exercise for 30 days, everyday. Therefore, please be patient if this seems difficult at first. Once you learn to clear your mind with the assistance of the five minute exercise; in the future you will eventually be able to do so instantaneously.


The next step in "The Inspired Writing Process" is actually two-fold, first chose the topic, and the second decides what points of interest are to be conveyed to the reader. For an article only one or two points of interest are necessary. If planning a special report, with multiple pages, simply use more points of interest to develop the topic further. Remember, if the article is too long (more than 1200 words) simply split the article into two or more parts. The main purpose here is to know what direction the writing is going before starting to write. And, because your mind is clear and peaceful the points of interest will come naturally from this higher energy state of being.


Until next time, be happy and live in awareness...  

The secret to inspired writing is not found in the egoistic's found through the ConsciousWords that come from the depth of your true higher self. Learn more about writing from an inspired state at, where your guidance is derived from feelings...rather than a cluttered mind.


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